Traci McMinn-Joubert 

MA, LMHC, CHt, CCC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor 

Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist

Certified Coach

My family moved to New Mexico when I was seven years old after previous moves every six months. There I grew up on a small pecan farm only a couple miles from an international artist compound. I grew up surrounded by cowboys and artists, farmers and oil men, and the devoutly religious, the new-age explorers, and as a dear friend used to say "the militant agnostics". This stretch of occupations and varying political, cultural and spiritual perspectives influenced my drive to explore as many angles as possible. And all of that is probably why Santa Fe felt like home to me upon my move here in 2002.

 

My initiation into the caring profession was as a Licensed Massage Therapist and Polarity Therapist and I owned my own bodywork practice for 6 years in Santa Fe. Moving deeper, I certified in Life Coaching and Group Coaching. To further create a full mind-body-spirit practice, I gained my certification as a Clinical Hypnotherapist and continued on to specific training in Clinical Medical Support Hypnotherapy. I earned my Master's Degree in Counseling at Southwestern College and completed extensive certifications in both Grief, Trauma, and Renewal, and Human Sexuality. I am a perpetual student and continually am seeking out new concepts, theories, and modalities for healing to learn.  

 

I have worked in community metal health with individuals, couples, and families, with whom I worked with issues varying through compulsive porn watching, sexual trauma, incest, addiction, the co-dependent partnership,  self-harm, depression, anxiety, grief, and developmental trauma and PTSD. In all those same cases, I also worked with resilience, reconnection, self-esteem, familial love and affection, establishing new coping skills, and uncovering new perspectives of self with my clients. I am a graduate of the SKY Center where I was extensively trained in suicide prevention and family therapy. Additionally, I have worked in the opioid/heroin crisis in Espanola at a medicine-assisted treatment facility. 

photo by Michelle Rutt